|Gary Workman||Benjamin Workman (1790-1849)|
Please look again and you will see that I was not the creator of that Benjamin's memorial. I agree with what you said about his ancestry. You should tell Todd James Dean about his mistake.
If you are a cousin of mine, I would like to know about it. I'm always happy to find new cousins.
|Darlene Berchtold||RE: Benjamin Norman|
I would love the photo of Benjamin Normans tombstone and any others you may have. I appreciate it very much!!!. My Mother, Vera, was the daughter of Benjamin Norman who was the son of Joshua and Catharine Ward Norman. Thank you so much for contacting me.
|smontko||RE: Jane Mars Thorp|
Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by smontko on Aug 22, 2016 9:34 AM
|Helen||RE: Unpublished List|
Hi Ginny, I'm sorry but I do not know where this list is located. I have never heard of it but I would also be interested in it. Good luck, Helen
Added by Helen on Aug 03, 2016 8:28 PM
|Harry Boyd||RE: Delilah House White|
If you could give us some more useful info perhaps we could locate her such as birth date, spouse etc.
|Nathan Foulds||RE: Peter and Caterine Ayers|
I work across the street from Newton Cemetery three days a week so I can go most anytime. There are many unmarked graves, especially in the older section. The newtoncemetery.com records are not 100% accurate. I have found dozens of undocumented burials where stones were knocked over and buried over time and never entered into modern electronic records. Just do a findagrave.com request for photo request(s) and I'll claim them and try to fill them asap.
|sjmohr||Louisa & Andrew Maurer|
I rechecked lot 77, Section P again for their headstones, and this time, I DID find both of them. The inscriptions are almost completely gone, but I did photograph them. The photos I took are not that good, so I am not going to post them to their respective memorials. I edited the caption on the original photo that was posted for Louisa, indicating that both Louisa & Andrew do have headstones. I apologize for missing them the first time. I will rephotograph them next time I go to the cemetery, or perhaps some other volunteer can use the already posted pix to try and photo their stones. (The two small bluish stones with rounded tops, slightly to the lower left of the large tree.) sjmohr
Added by sjmohr on Apr 14, 2016 1:39 PM
Thank you for your kind message; it touched my heart deeply. I accepted the Lord Jesus into my heart almost 52 years ago and look forward to walking the streets of gold either by death or upon His return to carry us to meet our loved ones who have gone before.
Thank you again for your uplifting words. Have a blessed day!
Added by Arleta💕 on Apr 08, 2016 6:04 AM
|Lori ||RE: Mary Ayers|
Just sent it-
Check your junk folder just in case.
God Bless you too!
Added by Lori on Apr 05, 2016 4:16 PM
|Lori ||Mary Ayers|
I went to the cemetery today. They have a listing of the burials and I took a photograph of the Ayers you were looking for. The dates are off significantly. One is off by ten years, and the others are more than that. I'm happy to send you the photo if you'd like, just pass along an email to which I can send it. Sorry I couldn't help more!
Added by Lori on Apr 01, 2016 4:39 PM
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